David Kathan ’78 from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission will present a free public seminar in energy policy.
Gabriel Rosenberg ’03 explores the tangled relationships between agricultural practices and the governance of human gender and sexuality.
Family physician, writer, professor to discuss farmacology, health professions, alternative medicine, and diet.
Documentary film is a unique visual document about the times the author and activist spent in Germany. Artists' coffee house to follow.
Computer science majors use their skills to help local nonprofits.
Senior combines French and dance and wins award.
Several students in the class of 2017 receive Gilman Scholarships, winning up to $5,000 each for study abroad or international internships.
Drake University prof Timothy Knepper will discuss dialogues among different religions.
As consultants for local and international organizations, students gain practical experience, provide research and analysis.
In China, the study of history has always gone hand-in-hand with the study of geography. When studying China’s modern history, however, focus has shifted toward large-scale processes, such as revolution, and large-scale sociological transformations, such as changing class relations. More recently, however, some historians are starting to bring geography back in.